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Design Unveiling for Newest Theatre in Brooklyn's Growing Cultural District
 
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, BAM Local Development Corporation (BAM LDC) Chair Harvey Lichtenstein and Theatre for a New Audience Founding Artistic Director Jeffrey Horowitz unveil the design of Theatre for a New Audience’s new theater, to be built in the emerging BAM Cultural District in Downtown Brooklyn.  Designed through collaboration between Frank Gehry and Hugh Hardy, the theater will be developed on City-owned property within the Cultural District. The $35.8 million, 299-seat flexible classical theater will receive $6.2 million in City Capital Budget support from the BAM LDC.   

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, BAM Local Development Corporation (BAM LDC) Chair Harvey Lichtenstein and Theatre for a New Audience Founding Artistic Director Jeffrey Horowitz unveil the design of Theatre for a New Audience’s new theater, to be built in the emerging BAM Cultural District in Downtown Brooklyn.  Designed through collaboration between Frank Gehry and Hugh Hardy, the theater will be developed on City-owned property within the Cultural District. The $35.8 million, 299-seat flexible classical theater will receive $6.2 million in City Capital Budget support from the BAM LDC.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, BAM Local Development Corporation (BAM LDC) Chair Harvey Lichtenstein and Theatre for a New Audience Founding Artistic Director Jeffrey Horowitz unveil the design of Theatre for a New Audience’s new theater, to be built in the emerging BAM Cultural District in Downtown Brooklyn.  Designed through collaboration between Frank Gehry and Hugh Hardy, the theater will be developed on City-owned property within the Cultural District. The $35.8 million, 299-seat flexible classical theater will receive $6.2 million in City Capital Budget support from the BAM LDC.
 
 

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